- A beautifully restored example of an iconic Alfa Romeo
- Clean CARFAX®
- Lovely paint and body panel fit throughout
- New leather interior, carpets, and soft top
For the better part of 30 years, Alfa Romeo offered American enthusiasts the quintessential Italian roadster. The Spider represented upmarket beauty, mechanical sophistication, relaxed sportiness, and timeless grace. While its top-down, two-seat packaging might seem a bit narcissistic or indulgent when compared to today's typical family-focused "crossover" mindset, Alfa's Spider was always surprisingly practical and reliable, and it aged incredibly well. Indeed, the final generation, sold here in the 1991 through 1994 model years, brought warm 1960's charm into a decade where digital efficiency had largely become the norm. A total of 936 U.S.-specification Spider Veloces were built in 1991.
The Series 4 model, introduced on the 1990 auto show circuit, represented a comprehensive facelift from the design house that originally styled the car. This generation of Spider was intended to keep the nameplate viable while the newly Fiat-owned Alfa Romeo readied a completely new, front-wheel-drive replacement. Pininfarina designers Sergio Pininfarina and Renzo Carli gave this classic model a clever and effective redesign that incorporated one piece body color bumpers and sills and a beautifully integrated tail treatment. The interior received minor refinements, along with mandated safety equipment in the form of a standard driver's airbag and knee bolsters for both occupants, and the trunk retained its excellent 10.3-cubic-feet of storage. Another comfort feature making its debut in the Series 4 Spider was standard power steering, a good match for the power-assisted four-wheel disc brakes.
This light and sleek roadster benefits from 135-horsepower output from the 2.0-litre four-cylinder engine, mated to a five-speed manual gearbox. Our staff reports that it starts readily, sounds fantastic, and has remarkable performance for a small roadster. This lovely Spider Veloce was comprehensively restored beginning in 2011, including fresh Rosso Corsa paint, and a new tan canvas soft top was also installed, with receipts documenting the restoration which was finished in 2018. The car looks like new, has a great stance, and needs nothing to roll proudly into any Italian car event. More recent work includes a full mechanical tune on the 2.0-litre dual overhead cam engine, new AMG battery, and new radial tires on stylish 15 x 6-inch alloy wheels were recently installed. This example is fantastic and fully ready for spirited driving.
This upscale Spider Veloce is fitted with stylish leather/Alcantara seat upholstery, a leather-trimmed steering wheel and shifter, a canvas soft top with a hard-framed boot, power windows, and factory air-conditioning. New floor mats and carpets have also been installed, making this a very clean and accurate Italian interior. It is roomy and comfortable, and has a classic Italian coachwork feel.
With superb bodywork, a new interior, fresh servicing, and a clean CARFAX® to its name, this lovely Alfa is an incredibly easy way to experience the fun of Italian sports car ownership. Robed in classic Rosso Corsa paint with tan leather interior, this car captures the very essence of the incredibly long history of significant Italian designs. One of the longest-running Alfa Romeo models ever, the amazing Spider Veloce was an automotive inspiration for almost 30 years, and today, can be your inspiration as well.
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